Nadda credits Modi govt’s pro-poor measures for wins in state elections, bypolls | India News – Times of India

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BJP national president JP Nadda addressing the party’s national officer bearers’ meeting at International Convention Centre in Hyderabad on Saturday. (PTI photo)

HYDERABAD: The BJP national executive will pass two resolutions, one political and another on the ‘garib kalyan’ (pro-poor welfare) measures of the Narendra Modi government, the party said on Saturday with its president JP Nadda crediting the programmes for its win in state and local elections besides bypolls.
Briefing reporters after the BJP office-bearers meeting here, party vice president Vasundhara Raje said all important issues and prevailing political environment will be discussed in the national executive meeting.
It will be decided in the executive meeting which topics are to be considered, she said.
She was replying to a question whether discussions will be held on the Udaipur killing in which a person was hacked to death by two men and the row over suspended party spokesperson Nupur Sharma‘s derogatory comments about Prophet Mohammad.
The office-bearers meeting also discussed outlines of new organisational activities, including ‘har ghar tiranga’ (Tri-colour at every home) exercise to reach 20 crore people which, she added, will unify the country.
The party will also reach out to over 30 crore beneficiaries of the central government welfare schemes.

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